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    1. Bravo, LA; Ulloa, N; Zuniga, GE; Casanova, A; Corcuera, LJ; Alberdi, M
      Cold resistance in Antarctic angiosperms

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    2. Legnani, G; Miller, WB
      Short photoperiods induce fructan accumulation and tuberous root development in Dahlia seedlings

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    3. Chaffey, N; Barlow, P; Barnett, J
      Structure-function relationships during secondary phloem development in anangiosperm tree, Aesculus hippocastanum: microtubules and cell walls

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Farrar, J; Pollock, C; Gallagher, J
      Sucrose and the integration of metabolism in vascular plants

      PLANT SCIENCE
    5. Kuk, YI; Burgos, NR; Talbert, RE
      Cross- and multiple resistance of diclofop-resistant Lolium spp.

      WEED SCIENCE
    6. Chaffey, N
      Physiological anatomy and function of the membranous grass ligule

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    7. Dwivedi, P
      Regulation of root respiration and sugar-mediated gene expression in plants

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    8. Cairns, AJ; Nash, R; De Carvalho, MAM; Sims, IM
      Characterization of the enzymatic polymerization of 2,6-linked fructan by leaf extracts from timothy grass (Phleum pratense)

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    9. Kingston-Smith, AH; Walker, RP; Pollock, CJ
      Invertase in leaves: conundrum or control point?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    10. LEVY YY; DEAN C
      CONTROL OF FLOWERING TIME

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    11. Tabourel-Tayot, F; Gastal, F
      MecaNiCAL, a supply-demand model of carbon and nitrogen partitioning applied to defoliated grass 2. Parameter estimation and model evaluation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    12. BOOY G; WOUTERS TCAE; KLEYNNOORDIJK Y
      IDENTIFICATION OF LILY CULTIVARS USING ISOELECTRIC-FOCUSING OF PROTEINS FROM BULB SCALES AND TISSUE-CULTURE BULBLETS

      Plant breeding
    13. Koroleva, OA; Farrar, JF; Tomos, AD; Pollock, CJ
      Carbohydrates in individual cells of epidermis, mesophyll, and bundle sheath in barley leaves with changed export or photosynthetic rate

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    14. MARSCHALL M; PROCTOR MCF; SMIRNOFF N
      CARBOHYDRATE-COMPOSITION AND INVERTASE ACTIVITY OF THE LEAFY LIVERWORT PORELLA-PLATYPHYLLA

      New phytologist
    15. GALLAGHER JA; POLLOCK CJ
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A CDNA CLONE FROM LOLIUM-TEMULENTUML. ENCODING FOR A SUCROSE HYDROLYTIC ENZYME WHICH SHOWS ALKALINE NEUTRAL INVERTASE ACTIVITY/

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    16. HARRISON J; GALLAGHER JA; POLLOCK CJ
      A SIMPLE AND RAPID METHOD FOR THE ANALYSIS OF WATER-SOLUBLE CARBOHYDRATES FROM SMALL SEGMENTS OF CEREAL LEAF TISSUE

      Journal of plant physiology
    17. ITAYA NM; BUCKERIDGE MS; FIGUEIREDORIBEIRO RCL
      BIOSYNTHESIS IN-VITRO OF HIGH-MOLECULAR-MASS FRUCTAN BY CELL-FREE-EXTRACTS FROM TUBEROUS ROOTS OF VIGUIERA DISCOLOR (ASTERACEAE)

      New phytologist
    18. KOROLEVA OA; FARRAR JF; TOMOS AD; POLLOCK CJ
      PATTERNS OF SOLUTE IN INDIVIDUAL MESOPHYLL, BUNDLE-SHEATH AND EPIDERMAL-CELLS OF BARLEY LEAVES INDUCED TO ACCUMULATE CARBOHYDRATE

      New phytologist
    19. CHAFFEY NJ
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE ROOT CAP OF LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM L (POACEAE) - PARALLELS WITH THE LIGULE

      Annals of botany
    20. KINGSTONSMITH AH; POLLOCK CJ
      TISSUE-LEVEL LOCALIZATION OF ACID INVERTASE IN LEAVES - AN HYPOTHESISFOR THE REGULATION OF CARBON EXPORT

      New phytologist
    21. CHAFFEY NJ
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN THE GRASS LIGULE - THE ENDOMEMBRANE SYSTEM OF THE ADAXIAL EPIDERMIS OF THE MEMBRANOUS LIGULE OF LOLIUM-TEMULENTUML (POACEAE)

      Annals of botany
    22. CAIRNS AJ
      EFFECTS OF ENZYME CONCENTRATION ON OLIGOFRUCTAN SYNTHESIS FROM SUCROSE

      Phytochemistry
    23. CAIRNS AJ; HOWARTH CJ; POLLOCK CJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ACID INVERTASE FROM THE SNOW MOLD MONOGRAPHELLA-NIVALIS - A MESOPHILIC ENZYME FROM A PSYCHROPHILIC FUNGUS

      New phytologist
    24. THOMAS H; STODDART JL
      TEMPERATURE SENSITIVITIES OF FESTUCA-ARUNDINACEA SCHREB AND DACTYLIS-GLOMERATA L ECOTYPES

      New phytologist
    25. CAIRNS AJ; HOWARTH CJ; POLLOCK CJ
      SUBMERGED BATCH CULTURE OF THE PSYCHROPHILE MONOGRAPHELLA-NIVALIS IN A DEFINED MEDIUM - GROWTH, CARBOHYDRATE UTILIZATION AND RESPONSES TO TEMPERATURE

      New phytologist
    26. MERRY RJ; WINTERS AL; THOMAS PI; MULLER M; MULLER T
      DEGRADATION OF FRUCTANS BY EPIPHYTIC AND INOCULATED LACTIC-ACID BACTERIA AND BY PLANT ENZYMES DURING ENSILAGE OF NORMAL AND STERILE HYBRID RYEGRASS

      Journal of Applied Bacteriology
    27. SMART DR; CHATTERTON NJ; BUGBEE B
      THE INFLUENCE OF ELEVATED CO2 ON NONSTRUCTURAL CARBOHYDRATE DISTRIBUTION AND FRUCTAN ACCUMULATION IN WHEAT CANOPIES

      Plant, cell and environment
    28. GASTAL F; NELSON CJ
      NITROGEN USE WITHIN THE GROWING LEAF BLADE OF TALL FESCUE

      Plant physiology
    29. POLLOCK CJ; LLOYD EJ
      THE METABOLISM OF FRUCTANS DURING SEED DEVELOPMENT AND GERMINATION INONION (ALLIUM-CEPA L)

      New phytologist
    30. PENSON SP; CAIRNS AJ
      FRUCTAN BIOSYNTHESIS IN EXCISED LEAVES OF WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L)- A COMPARISON OF DE-NOVO SYNTHESIS IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      New phytologist
    31. LIVINGSTON DP; KNIEVEL DP; GILDOW FE
      FRUCTAN SYNTHESIS IN OAT .1. OLIGOMER ACCUMULATION IN STEMS DURING COLD HARDENING AND THEIR IN-VITRO SYNTHESIS IN A CRUDE ENZYME EXTRACT

      New phytologist
    32. EVANS LT
      THE PHYSIOLOGY OF FLOWER INDUCTION - PARADIGMS LOST AND PARADIGMS REGAINED

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    33. BANCAL P; GAUDILLERE JP
      PATTERN OF FRUCTAN SYNTHESIZED IN CELL-FREE-EXTRACTS FROM LEAF BLADESOF CHILLED TRITICUM-AESTIVUM

      New phytologist
    34. CAIRNS AJ; ASHTON JE
      SPECIES-DEPENDENT PATTERNS OF FRUCTAN SYNTHESIS BY ENZYMES FROM EXCISED LEAVES OF OAT, WHEAT, BARLEY AND TIMOTHY

      New phytologist
    35. WILLIAMS JHH; COLLIS BE; POLLOCK CJ; WILLIAMS ML; FARRAR JF
      VARIABILITY IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF PHOTOASSIMILATES ALONG LEAVES OF TEMPERATE GRAMINEAE

      New phytologist
    36. SIMPSON RJ; BONNETT GD
      FRUCTAN EXOHYDROLASE FROM GRASSES

      New phytologist
    37. BANCAL P; CARPITA NC; GAUDILLERE JP
      DIFFERENCES IN FRUCTAN ACCUMULATED IN INDUCED AND FIELD-GROWN WHEAT PLANTS - AN ELONGATION-TRIMMING PATHWAY FOR THEIR SYNTHESIS

      New phytologist


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